"General" jew William J. Donovan
Assassinated General Patton
Assassinated JFK right after he was fired, when he said "you can't fire me--you don't know who I work for"
Well, we will find who you worked for, we will hunt them down, and we will make them pay--and pay--and pay.
Upon a demand from Washington that more German housing be turned over to Jews, Patton summed up his feelings:
"Evidently the virus started by Morgenthau and Baruch of a Semitic
revenge against all Germans is still working. Harrison (a U.S. State Department official)
and his associates indicate that they feel German civilians should be removed from houses
for the purpose of housing Displaced Persons. There are two errors in this assumption.
First, when we remove an individual German we punish an individual German, while the
punishment is -- not intended for the individual but for the race, Furthermore, it is
against my Anglo-Saxon conscience to remove a person from a house, which is a punishment,
without due process of law. In the second place, Harrison and his ilk believe that the
Displaced Person is a human being, which he is not, and this applies particularly to the
Jews, who are lower than animals."
"...I think things will come out for the best and may result in my getting lined up with the Anti-Communists because it is they (the Communists) and the Jews who are back of it and succeeded due to the lack of spine of D.D."
Once Patton had linked the Communists and the Zionists together, he had signed his own death sentence. On December 7, 1945, Patton had decided to go pheasant hunting with a friend, just outside Mannheim in Bavaria. Patton and his friend traveled in a Cadillac sedan, and on the Autobahn (freeway) they met with an American Army truck that suddenly turned in front of the Cadillac causing a head on collision. Patton suffered a broken neck, and was taken to the nearest American military hospital. On the way to the hospital, a second Army truck hit the ambulance but Patton survived this accident too. Severely injured he arrived at the hospital. As soon as his wife heard about it, she flew out from the U.S. to be with her husband. Patton told his wife, that unless she had him removed from the Army hospital, someone would kill him. Before she could get the proper papers and have him transferred out to the U.S. he died on December 21, 1945. The death certificate listed the death as the result of heart failure.
OSS (Office of Strategic Services) agent Douglas Bazata on September 25, 1979 told 450 invited guests at the Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC, that OSS head William Donovan paid him $10,000 to kill Gen. George Patton. Bazata also gave this information to THE WASHINGTON STAR!
Perhaps Patton was killed because he argued that U.S. forces should prevent the Soviets from entering Berlin toward the end of World War II. The power elite, however, wanted to strengthen the Soviets, and in 1953 Ford Foundation president H. Rowan Gaither told Congressional Reece Committee research director Norman Dodd that they were under directives from the White House to so alter American life as to have a "comfortable merger" with the USSR.
Phelps: A member of the OSS came out in the Spotlight [newspaper] and said that. His name was Zapata, that agent. He said he was given a contract on Patton for $10,000. He didn't kill him, but he knows the guy who did. So, Patton was murdered, and General Vlasov was murdered, and both of them hated the Jesuits' "Grand Inquisitor", Joseph Stalin. They would have united together to eradicate Russia of that dictator, but the Jesuits [who are controlled by jews] would not have it because Russia is theirs. They must control the Orthodox Church to bring it back to Rome. That's why they got rid of the Romanoffs.
Martin: Patton's take-out was ordered by "Wild" Bill Donovan? Did I read that?
General William Donovan, the head of the OSS, placed Berg on the AZUSA project. This project looked at the enemy's progress in developing nuclear weapons. He interviewed scientists in Rome two days after the city was liberated by US troops to see how far the Italians had progressed in their research. Berg also entered German-occupied Norway as part of an Allied effort to find and destroy a heavy-water plant. In Switzerland, Berg found out from a visiting German scientist not only how far along the Germans were in developing their weapons of mass destruction, but also the location of the German scientists
The fact that Wikipedia praises General Donovan so highly suggests he must have been a jew.
Donovan was a close personal friend of Albert and Mary Lasker, and was on the Board of Directors of the Lasker Foundation in the 1950s.
"While it is still largely unknown, William J. Donovan (18831959) and Franklin Delano Roosevelt formed a close relationship during their time at the law school together. At the time, Donovan was a star of the Columbia football team and simultaneously attended both the college (BA 1905) and law school (LLD 1907). Roosevelt, an avid sports fan, became even more admiring of Donovan after he won the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal and Medal of Honor as a battalion commander in the "Fighting 69th" Regiment in World War I. Promoted regimental commander, Donovan led his unit in the New York City victory parade in 1919. In considerable secret, Rooseveltthen assistant secretary of the navymade Donovan a member of the Office of Naval Intelligence after Donovan returned from Europe. Roosevelt sent Donovan to Siberia in 1920 to observe and report on anti-Bolshevik operations and Japanese activities. This began Donovan's career as a presidential intelligence agent. Despite being members of different parties (as Republican candidate, Donovan ran unsuccessfully for governor of New York against Herbert Lehman in 1932) and Donovan's outspoken opposition to the New Deal, the two men remained close friends. For example, Donovan was one of a small number of guests at FDR's birthday party in Warm Springs, Georgia, in early 1933.... Officially, Donovan was a Wall Street lawyer deeply involved in Republican party politics in the 1920s and 1930s. But he led a secret, double life. FDR sent Donovan to Ethiopia in 193536, to Spain during the Civil War, to Britain in 1940 and to a large swathe of Europe and the Middle East in 1941 to observe events and report back to the president.... These missions led to Donovan's appointment as civilian coordinator of information (COI) in 1941, followed by his recall to active duty as a colonel and appointment to head the military Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in 1942." In 1947, President Truman created the CIA, which was "built largely on the framework of the OSS and staffed overwhelmingly by COI and OSS veterans. Anticipating a Republican presidential victory in 1948, then in 1952, Donovan campaigned quietly but intensively to head the CIA in the late 1940s and early 1950s. He was gravely disappointed by Eisenhower's refusal to do so. Instead, Donovan was appointed ambassador to Thailand, where he carried activities related to containing the expansion of the PRC. Poor health forced him to resign, and he died shortly afterwards. But, for better or worse, his legacy as the founding figure of the CIA has had enormous influence over the conduct of U.S. foreign and national-security policy over the past fifty years. His statue in the main entrance to the CIA building attests to his perpetual presence as the guiding spirit of the organization." (William J. Donovan (1883-1959). By Brian Sullivan. C250 Celebrates Your Columbians.)
William Donovan, head of OSS, and Allen Dulles, head of OSS in Europe under Donovan (who later became head of the CIA until President Kennedy fired him - it was said that he told Kennedy, "You can't fire me, you don't even know who I work for!"), and J. Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI, brought Reinhard Gehlen and his Abwehr spy group into the United States. One of the men involved was counter-intelligence officer William P. Clark. Clark married Werner von Braun's niece, Joan von Braun (Brauner). Clark at one time was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
"We fought the war of 1776 for independence. We fought the Civil War to free the slaves. We fought the war of 1812 to make the world safe for democracy. We fought this war to lose everything we had gained from the other three."
Did Patton die for making this critical but accurate statement?
Modified Monday, July 13, 2009
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